noun, plural to·ros [taw-raws] /ˈtɔ rɔs/. Spanish.
Words nearby toro
Examples from the Web for toros
But the stories of the Riveras and Toros are often interrupted by the stories of their neighbors.
Toros carried on his father's business for a time, then gave it up and joined the army.
Toros's neck had been broken at a horse-race and he was dead.
The huaca-tocoris or toros danzantes is performed during the ftes of Corpus.Spanish America, Its Romance, Reality and Future, Vol. 1|Charles Reginald Enock
In the same year God gave him a daughter, whom he named Takusch, and four years later his son Toros came into the world.
Toros peeped in, and when he spied the liver he said, "We will have a pie for dinner."